College Algebra
posted by Katie .
ln 2+6 ln x+4 ln (x^2=8)
How would I rewrite the expression? I'm struggling in Math.

check your typing .
the = sign stuck inside the bracket makes no sense.
Furthermore, more use of brackets.
Is it
ln2 + 6ln(x) + 4ln(x^2) = 8 ??
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